We must begin early to teach children skills that ensure a lifetime of good health and a positive attitude about the joy of moving. The “Let’s Get Moving” activities, music and yoga for kids developed by Llynda Fogle follow the National Head Start Standards for Physical Development as well as the National Standards for Physical Education and Appropriate Practices in Movement Programs for Young Children.
Preschool Fun Learning Physical Fitness
Teacher's Resources, Lesson Plans and Activities for Preschool Physical Fitness Fun - Let's Get Moving!
"Let's Get Moving" is a fun music based,movement program for young children. The activities complement all domains of skill development using multiple learning areas and provide creative ideas for incorporating physical fitness into your daily routine. .
Teacher Lesson Plans & Activities Book Physical Fitness Fun - Let's Get Moving!
Let's Get Moving!
Share Time with Me Activities for School Readiness
Let's Get Moving! is a Six unit Lesson Plan with six acompanying song.This provides a balanced and developmentally appropriate movement program for young children. Lesson plans and activities complement all domains of skill development using multiple learning areas and provide creative ideas for incorporating physical fitness into your daily routine. Most of all it is a fun way to get moving through dance, yoga and musical games.
This program was developed to support the National Head Start Standards for Physical Development and Health and Social and Emotion Development, as well as, the National Standards for Physical Education and Appropriate practices in Movement Programs for Young Children ages 3 to 5.
Songs and Animal Movement cards are also sold separately.
- Song Title and lyrics
- Can You Move Like Me
- Let's Get Moving Now
- Play Day
- Animal Poses
- Jump For Fun (Yoga for Children)
- Count the Moves
Physical Fitness Activity Flash Cards
Let's Get Moving Animal Movement Activity Cards.
Twelve animal character cards visually support the movement, music and extension activities.
The cards provide a visual cues for many of the movement activities and help preschool teachers and parents tie early literacy skills into your movement program.
Use the cards to introduce each of the movements featured in the Let's Get Moving! Activities Lesson Plan Book. You can also use them in a learning center where the children can play "memory" and practice observation and categorizing skills.